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Japanese : Ceramics : Stoneware : Pre 1980 item #1483822 (stock #230926)
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The size of Bowl : 11 3/4'Dia x 4 1/16" H (30 cm x 10.5 cm)
This Hira Mizusashi Bowl is made by Inoue Goutaro (1918 - ? ).
Mizusahi Bowl is water bowl used for Tea Ceremony, but bowl make
beautiful Ikabana (flower arrangement) Bowl. It is very handsome bowl.
It is made by Tama Yaki very rare bowl.
The bowl is stoneware material like Iga Yaki. It came with
Tomobako. The cover of Tomobako writing in Japanese as
"Tama Hira Mizusashi" on upper right...
Japanese : Ceramics : Stoneware : Pre 1970 item #1483821 (stock #230926)
Price on Request
Additional photo for Tama Yahi Mizusashi Bowl by Goutaro Inoue w/Tomobako
Japanese : Furniture : Tansu : Pre 1900 item #1483819
Zentner Collection
An antique Japanese Yonezawa Tansu made of Keyaki (Zelkova) and Sugi (Cryptomeria) woods. All original hand forged iron hardware including the stylized Gunbai handles and Urushi lacquer finish. Six drawers of varying sizes used for kimono, obi and accessory storage. Hinged security door hides 3 drawers where valuables were kept. Round lock plates feature the family crest of the original owner...
Japanese : Woodblock Prints : Pre 1930 item #1483817 (stock #Shotei152)
Era Woodblock Prints
Takahashi Shotei (Hiroaki)
Inari Shrine at Oji - Peddler and Woman
Size: Approximately 14.875 x 6.75 inches.
Date: 1924-30.
Publisher: Watanabe Shozaburo.
Reference: Shotei catalog #M-30. Ota-ku 2005 Catalog #:198.
Medium: Japanese woodblock print.
Condition: Top back has paper and adhesive residue. A few foxing spots. Faint crease near top.
Japanese : Furniture : Tansu : Pre 1900 item #1483814
Zentner Collection
An antique Japanese Nagoya Mizuya Tansu (kitchen chest) in 2 sections made of Hinoki (Cypress) and Keyaki (Zelkova) woods. All original bronze hardware. Upper section has 4 sliding doors with 2 sliding doors below and 3 side by side drawers. The lower section has 2 sliding doors with 2 side by side drawers below.

Originally used to store large jars of water for cooking and storage for plates, dishes, cookware and eating utensils...
Japanese : Woodblock Prints : Pre 1940 item #1483811 (stock #Hasui645)
Era Woodblock Prints
Kawase Hasui
Great Buddha, Kamakura (Hase Daibutsu)
Date: 1930s.
Size: 5.875 x 3.75 inches.
Hasui oval seal at lower right.
Reference: Hotei Hp-53
Condition: Back of print has paper residue at top.
Japanese : Lacquer : Pre 1900 item #1483807
The Kura
A fabulous lidded bowl of deeply carved layered lacquer by Tamakaji Zokoku dating from the later Edo period. It is 17 cm diameter (roughly 7 inches) and comes in a period wooden box. It is signed with individual characters splayed between the frets around the base. A similar work, if not the same, is visible on page 118 (figure 69) of the book Hyakunensai Kinen Tamakaji Zokoku, produced in 1968 commemorating the 100th anniversary of his passing...
Japanese : Lacquer : Pre 1900 item #1483806
The Kura
An exquisite Choshitsu container carved from layered red lacquer by Tamakaji Zokoku signed on the base and enclosed in a custom wooden collectors box. It is 8 cm diameter, 6 cm tall (3 x 2-1/2 inches) and is in excellent condition. This piece is featured on page 109 of the book Hyakunensai Kinen Tamakaji Zokoku produced in 1968 on the 100th anniversary of his passing...
Japanese : Lacquer : Pre 2000 item #1483805 (stock #15)
Modern Japanese Ceramics
An architectural sculpture in glistening gold lacquer and mother of Pearl by Okada Yuji exhibited at the 30th Gendai Kogeiten National Modern Crafts Exhibition in 1991. This certainly shows the challenging spirit of this versatile artist, and defines his works from the mid 80s to mid 90s which were replete with inlays and gleaming with gold. The center are acrylic panels carved with enigmatic patterns, leaving the viewer to question, from what distant society or alien world the item hails...
Japanese : Folk Art : Mingei : Pre 1980 item #1483795 (stock #12509)
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Became an object of art together with such harden urushi lacquer taking many years. Wood and lacquer. Showa period, 20th century, Japan. D 12 x H 6.5 cm (4.72 x 2.55in)...
Japanese : Folk Art : Geological item #1483794 (stock #05449)
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Japan has the culture from ancient time to worship stones, and such bored stones are the one of them...
Japanese : Textiles : Pre 1837 VR item #1483787
japanes antique textile saiyuu2
This is tsutsugaki textile from the Edo period. A design of lions and peonies in the midst of silent falling snow. It's not flashy, but it looks like a fusuma painting from the Edo period. Both the indigo dye and the cotton are from the Edo period, and they have a very nice texture. There is one slight repair mark on the upper left corner. There are some light stains, but overall the item is in very good condition.Size:Length:170cm (66.9inch)inch / Width:150cm(59inch)
Japanese : Tea Articles : Pottery : Pre 2000 item #1483783 (stock #1)
Treasures of Old Times
The mark of the artist is carved on base.

Height 9.3cm
Width 12.9cm

In excellent condition
Supplied with signed wooden box

Born in the vibrant city of Kita-Kyushu, Fukuoka in 1937, Sajiro Tanaka emerged as a shining star in the realm of ceramics through a lifelong devotion to his craft.

In 1971, seeking a profound spiritual awakening, he embarked on a transformative pilgrimage to the venerable Eihei Temple, known for its san...
Japanese : Tea Articles : Pottery : Pre 1990 item #1483782
Treasures of Old Times
The mark of the potter is carved on base.

Height 9cm
Width 13cm

Excellent condition with no damage and no repair. Supplied with signed wooden box.

In 1921, following the completion of his primary education, Toshu Yamamoto embarked on a transformative journey into the world of pottery. With the fervor of an eager apprentice, he immersed himself in the intricate craftsmanship of Bizen-ware...
Japanese : Tea Articles : Pre 1800 item #1483770 (stock #TRC230928)
Kyoto Ceramics and Fine Art

In Japan, you can occasionally find beautiful old Raku tea bowls that can no longer be attributed to a potter but that are magnificent in and of themselves. In such cases, collectors will sometimes make boxes for these pieces and label them as “Chojiro” “Koetsu” or “Donyu”-- names of some of the old masters of Raku pottery...
Japanese : Lacquer : Boxes : Contemporary item #1483765 (stock #33)
Modern Japanese Ceramics
A sumptuous design of white flowers among dark leaves on a cream-colored dry lacquer form by Okada Yuji exhibited at the Kyoto Kogeikai Kaiten in 2020. It is performed in multiple layers, first the form of dry lacquer, which entails a great amount of time in creation, layer upon layer of lacquer, cloth, paper and Tonoko powder. Then has been applied thick colored lacquer with tataki-nuri texture over which the cream-colored white lacquer is applied...
Japanese : Ceramics : Contemporary item #1483764 (stock #05448)
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Lovely little old pottery Benzaiten ('Saraswati', Goddess of music, eloquence, also wealth and water) with a contemporary pottery zushi (miniature shrine). Total: 9 x 7.5 x 3 cm (3.54 x 2.95 x 1.18in).

selected and arranged by Jinta

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Japanese : Furniture : Tansu : Pre 1900 item #1483762
Zentner Collection
An antique Japanese Yonezawa Isho Tansu made of Kuri (Chestnut) and Sugi (Cryptomeria) woods. All original Urushi lacquer finish and hand forged iron hardware. Lock plates feature the family crest of the original owner with bronze outer circular frames. The handles are of the Warabite style. Five drawers with a security hinged door that hides 2 additional drawers.

Age: Meiji period (1880-1890)

Dimensions: 42 3/4" Wide by 35 3/4" High by 16 1/2" Deep
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